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Motorola makes some great cellphones. It is a leader in cellular technology and is also one of the first manufacturers of Bluetooth headsets. In the past, the headsets did not fare so well. They were bulky, had too much noise in the background and the volume was completely messed up. Motorola has fixed that with the Motorola Bluetooth H710 Headset. This is one headset that has users writing rave reviews and you will see why if you decide to buy one.
One of the most important issues that the Motorola Bluetooth H710 Headset addresses is comfort. The next time you are out and about in town, at the mall or at work, take a look at all of the people wearing Bluetooth headsets. There are a vast majority of users who wear their headsets all day long because they need to keep their hands free for work or for driving. So comfort is a huge issue. Far too many headsets are hard on the ears or have plugs that are inserted into the ear canal that make you feel like you are underwater. The H710 is not like that.
The H710 is a headset that users say you will forget you are wearing. It is very light and the earpiece is designed in such a way that it will not cause a pressure sore on your ear. It fits snugly to any ear shape and is actually quite comfortable. But that is not the only reason why you should be impressed. Most Bluetooth headsets require that you hold down the "off" button for about five seconds.
That can be clumsy and irritating. The H710 is turned on and off by the boom mike. You flip it up and it turns off. You flip it down and it turns on. And you do not have to worry about accidentally calling someone if you stick the H710 in your pocket. Your friends and business associates will appreciate that.
The Motorola Bluetooth H710 Headset does have one humongous flaw. The battery is not replaceable and you can only recharge it a certain number of times. The number of times will vary depending on how often you hook it up to a charger. This is an issue that Motorola must address if they want to continue to sell headsets. Even though the H710 costs less than $ 50, it is like throwing money away every time you have to replace it. Hopefully, this issue will be corrected. Other than that issue, the H710 is a great headset.